An overview of the opportunities, challenges and processes
There are a number of approaches to recycling batteries. However, the different methods differ considerably from one another in terms of output quality, the amount of energy required and their environmental footprint. Our 24-page whitepaper provides some guidance on the issue, compares commonly used methods and answers to the following questions:
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Lithium-ion batteries and accumulators enable the flexible use of renewable energies.
Recycling lithium-ion batteries is essential for the responsible and economical use of raw materials, but it is fraught with challenges: Sophisticated processes are necessary to recover the maximum amount of raw materials in the best possible quality while ensuring the safety of people and the environment. This whitepaper describes the status quo, shows process requirements, and provides a comparative overview of the extent to which established recycling processes meet them today.